[RESEARCH REPORT]: van der Walt, Bolsmann, Johnson, Martin, 2002, “Globalisation and the Outsourced University in South Africa: The restructuring of the support services in public sector universities in South Africa, 1994-2001”

Lucien van der Walt, Chris Bolsmann, Bernadette Johnson, and Lindsey Martin, July 2002, Globalisation and the Outsourced University in South Africa: The Restructuring of the Support Services in Public Sector Universities in South Africa, 1994-2001. Final report for the Centre for Higher Education Transformation, University of South Africa (UNISA): Pretoria. Research undertaken via the Sociology … Continue reading [RESEARCH REPORT]: van der Walt, Bolsmann, Johnson, Martin, 2002, “Globalisation and the Outsourced University in South Africa: The restructuring of the support services in public sector universities in South Africa, 1994-2001”

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[CHAPTER]: Lucien van der Walt, 2016, “Revolução Mundial: para um balanço dos impactos, da organização popular, das lutas e da teoria anarquista e sindicalista em todo o mundo’

Lucien van der Walt, 2016, “Revolução Mundial: Para um Balanço dos Impactos, da Organização Popular, das Lutas e da Teoria anarquista e Sindicalista em Todo o Mundo”, in Andrey Cordeiro Ferreira (ed.), Pensamento e Práticas Insurgentes: Anarquismo e Autonomias nos Levantes e Resistências do Capitalismo no Século XXI, Alternativa Editora, Niterói, pp. 81-118. O principal … Continue reading [CHAPTER]: Lucien van der Walt, 2016, “Revolução Mundial: para um balanço dos impactos, da organização popular, das lutas e da teoria anarquista e sindicalista em todo o mundo’

[CHAPTER]: Lucien van der Walt, 2016, “Fora das Sombras: A Base de Massas, a Composição de Classe e a InfIuência Popular do Anarquismo e do Sindicalismo”

Lucien van der Walt, 2016, “Fora das Sombras: A Case de Massas, a Composição de Classe e a Influência Popular do Anarquismo e do Sindicalismo”, in Andrey Cordeiro Ferreira (ed.), Pensamento e Práticas Insurgentes: Anarquismo e Autonomias nos Levantes e Resistências do Capitalismo no Século XXI, Alternativa Editora, Niterói, pp. 120-158. Este capítulo examina o … Continue reading [CHAPTER]: Lucien van der Walt, 2016, “Fora das Sombras: A Base de Massas, a Composição de Classe e a InfIuência Popular do Anarquismo e do Sindicalismo”

[ANALYSIS]: Lucien van der Walt, 2017, “Renewal and crisis in South African labour today: Towards transformation or stagnation, bureaucracy or self-activity?”

Lucien van der Walt, 2017, “Renewal and Crisis in South African Labour Today: Towards Transformation or Stagnation, Bureaucracy or Self-Activity?” Pambazuka News, volume 436, number 1, online here eNCA/Sethembiso Lucien van der Walt Jan 26, 2017 South African unions are large but fragmented, substantial but politically weak. They represent different political traditions and all are … Continue reading [ANALYSIS]: Lucien van der Walt, 2017, “Renewal and crisis in South African labour today: Towards transformation or stagnation, bureaucracy or self-activity?”

[DISCUSSION]: Lucien van der Walt, ca. 2000, “For the Working Class, Against Bolshevism: Once more on the class nature of the Soviet Union in reply to cde Chris Malikhane”

For the working class, against Bolshevism: Once more on the class nature of the Soviet Union in reply to cde Chris Malikhane Paper prepared by Lucien van der Walt for the Lesedi Socialist Study Group [This paper was, in fact, never presented as Lesedi got caught up in 2000 in the struggle against the neo-liberal … Continue reading [DISCUSSION]: Lucien van der Walt, ca. 2000, “For the Working Class, Against Bolshevism: Once more on the class nature of the Soviet Union in reply to cde Chris Malikhane”

[PHOTO / WORKSHOPS]: With other committee (and Bikisha Media) members at the Workers Library & Museum, Johannesburg, ca. 2001

Workers Library & Museum committee members pictured, all of them Bikisha Media Collective other than comrade CM, second from left. More on the Workers Library & Museum here

[ANALYSIS]: Lucien van der Walt, 2016, “Why Workers’ Education? Why Trade Unions and What’s Next?”

Lucien van der Walt, 2016, "Why Workers’ Education? Why trade unions and what’s next?," South African Labour Bulletin, 40 (5): 46-48. p.46 WHY WORKERS' EDUCATION? WHY TRADE UNIONS AND WHAT'S NEXT? In these grim times, both globally and locally, it is important to reaffirm the centrality of workers’ education, and the need for a strong … Continue reading [ANALYSIS]: Lucien van der Walt, 2016, “Why Workers’ Education? Why Trade Unions and What’s Next?”

[Briefing for UPM]: Lucien van der Walt, “One Year after the 2015 Grahamstown Riots against Foreign Traders: Attacks Hurt Working Class and Poor, Only Capitalists and Politicians Benefit”

Lucien van der Walt, 2016, "One Year After the 2015 Grahamstown Riots against Foreign Traders: Attacks Hurt Working Class and Poor, Only Capitalists and Politicians Benefit, Anarkismo, 15 December. Text commissioned by Unemployed People’s Movement, Grahamstown, October 2015. Edited version, November 2016, published December 2016. A year ago, starting 20 October 2015, around 75 small shops were … Continue reading [Briefing for UPM]: Lucien van der Walt, “One Year after the 2015 Grahamstown Riots against Foreign Traders: Attacks Hurt Working Class and Poor, Only Capitalists and Politicians Benefit”

[WORKSHOP]: With comrades at the 2016 ‘Vuyisile Mini’ Winter School, Eastern Cape

With comrades on the 16 July 2016, last day of the Vuyisile Mini Winter School on "Labour and Social Policy," organised by the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit, and the Institute for Social and Eocnomic Research, at Rhodes University,  Grahamstown.  

[PHOTO]: With comrades at the NUMSA-Wits graduates colloquium

With comrades at the 8 October 2016 colloquium of graduates from the National Union of Metalworkers of South Afeica (NUMSA)-University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) "Social Theory and Research" programme. This ran from 2010-2015, and will be followed by similar initiatives in 2017.  

[WORKSHOP]: With Oupa Lehulere at Global Labour University school – plenary on “Racial Capitalism” & “Workers’ Movements” in South Africa

With Oupa Lehulere on plenary on "Racial Capitalism" & "Workers' Movements" in South Africa. At Global Labour University’s almuni Summer School for unionists, 2 October 2016, Bronkhorstspruit.              

[WORKSHOP]: July 2016 Vuyisile Mini Winter School in Makhanda/ Grahamstown

I participated as a facilitator on worker education at the July 2016 Vuyisile Mini Winter School in Grahamstown/ Makhanda. The School's theme was "Labour and Social Policy," and it was organised by the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) and the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU), Rhodes University.  There is a photo of … Continue reading [WORKSHOP]: July 2016 Vuyisile Mini Winter School in Makhanda/ Grahamstown

[SPEECH]: Lucien van der Walt, 2006, “Xenophobia, Solidarity and the Struggle for Zimbabwe”

I gave this talk at the"Freedom in our Lifetime" resistance festival in Newtown, Johannesburg, 10 December, 2006 It was previously published online, uncredited, at http://www.anarkismo.net/article/4424 Xenophobia, Solidarity and the Struggle for Zimbabwe Lucien van der Walt, 2006. How to fight for freedom in Zimbabwe? How to avoid another Mugabe coming into power? How to fight … Continue reading [SPEECH]: Lucien van der Walt, 2006, “Xenophobia, Solidarity and the Struggle for Zimbabwe”

[TRANSLATION]: Lucien van der Walt, “Κολλεκτίβες στην Επαναστατική Ισπανία”

Greek translation of http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/spain/coll_l.html Κολλεκτίβες στην Επαναστατική Ισπανία Sunday July 24, 2016 at Anarkismo Το κράτος δεν παρέχει μία εναλλακτική οδό στον καπιταλισμό ούτε ο καπιταλισμός στο κράτος. Και οι δύο αυτές δομές κοινωνικής οργάνωσης συνδέονται εσωτερικά και αλληλοσυμπληρώνονται. Δεδομένου του γεγονότος ότι καμία από τις δύο δομές δεν είναι επιθυμητή αναδύεται η ερώτηση: υπάρχει … Continue reading [TRANSLATION]: Lucien van der Walt, “Κολλεκτίβες στην Επαναστατική Ισπανία”